Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Dollar Rise on Fed, Tax Plans; Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil in Bull Market Nears $52 on Signs U.S. Stockpiles Declined

[Bloomberg] Trump's Tax Overhaul Will Slash Rates for Companies, Individuals

[Reuters] Trump's tax plan to propose deep U.S. rate cuts, lacks revenue details

[Bloomberg] What Puerto Rico’s Catastrophe Means for Bondholders

[BBC] Boeing UK contracts 'jeopardised' over Bombardier row

[Bloomberg] Early China Data Hint at Slowing Momentum Amid Factory Clampdown

[Bloomberg] Chinese Economy Has 'Darker Story' Ahead, China Beige Book Says

[Reuters] Trump: military option for North Korea not preferred, but would be 'devastating'

[Bloomberg] There’s One North Korea Taboo China’s Leaders Won’t Talk About

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Is Ready to Leave Finance Ministry to Lead Bundestag

[Reuters] German FDP demands policy change as price for coalition with Merkel

[Reuters] Iraqi Kurdish leader says 'yes' vote won independence referendum

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Weakness to Support Japan Stocks After Yellen: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Yellen Says Imprudent to Stay On Hold Until Inflation at 2%

[Bloomberg] Yellen Gradualism Doesn't Mean Policy Halt as Fed Presses Ahead

[CNBC] GOP tax plan could trash the value of two popular tax breaks

[Reuters] U.S. consumer confidence slips; new home sales hit eight-month low

[Bloomberg] Fed's Bostic Says He's Comfortable With a December Rate Increase

[CNBC] Stop sugarcoating the housing market: Economist warns that buyers face increasing troubles

[CNBC] China still stocking up on metals and credit, private survey says

[CNBC] Meet the hottest thing in hedge funds right now: the 'crypto-fund'

[CNBC] Puerto Rico bonds plunge again as investors face lower recovery than expected

[FT] Yellen warns against moving ‘too gradually’ to tighten policy

[FT] Trump says US willing to use military option against North Korea